KitchenAid Cook for the Cure is a national fundraising program that supports the Canadian Cancer Society. It’s an opportunity to turn entertaining into fundraising! The next time you host a get-together, make it a KitchenAid Cook for the Cure party and invite your guests to make a donation in support of the Canadian Cancer Society. Any party you host, big or small, makes a difference.
No. KitchenAid Cook for the Cure is about raising funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. There is nothing to demonstrate or sell to your guests – it is about planning a ‘party’ and asking your guests to make a donation to the Society.
No. You do not need to purchase any of the KitchenAid® products in order to register and host a KitchenAid® Cook for the Cure party. Anyone and everyone can register to host a party!
If you are interested in KitchenAid® products, we encourage you to check out the KitchenAid® Pink Collection on line or at a local retailer. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each KitchenAid® pink product support the Canadian Cancer Society.
Not at all. While many party hosts do have fun creating special themes, your party can be as simple as a casual gathering of friends. Check out some great party ideas here.
No. KitchenAid Cook for the Cure parties can be any size and raise any amount of money. All donations are all welcomed and appreciated. You know your friends, so if asked, you can identify an amount – or a range – for your guests to consider.
100% of donations raised through KitchenAid Cook for the Cure go directly to the breast cancer cause at the Canadian Cancer Society.
We want hosts and their guests to donate whatever amount they feel comfortable giving. Any donation is welcome and will be kept confidential. Click here for tips on discussing donations with your party guests.
Guests can make a donation in person at the party using pre-addressed envelopes that can be provided, by visiting Make a Donation where they can search for your party, or by calling 416-934-5323 to speak directly with CCS staff.
Guests are asked to complete a confidential donation form along with their donation. For online donations, electronic tax receipts are sent by e-mail directly following the donation. For any mailed in donations, receipts are sent by email if an email address is provided. If no email address is provided the receipt will be sent by regular mail within a few weeks.
The Canadian Cancer Society automatically issues tax receipts for donations of $20 or more. Guests can request a tax receipt for donations under $20 when making a donation.
We recommend that you include the date, time, location, occasion, and possible theme. It’s also a good idea to mention the important cause you are supporting!
No. KitchenAid® Cook for the Cure is an unprecedented grassroots-based fundraising initiative that invites Canadians to help support the Canadian Cancer Society by hosting parties for friends and family and asking their guests to make a donation.
By law, tax receipts can only be issued for donations made directly to the Canadian Cancer Society. Party expenses are not considered charitable donations.
Charitable Registration No. 118829803 RR 0001
KitchenAid® Architect Stand Mixer - Raspberry Ice (KSM150AGBRI)
KitchenAid® Artisan® Stand Mixer - Pink (KSM150PSCPK)
KitchenAid® 5-Speed Diamond Blender - Pink (KSB1575PK)
The collection is sold online at kitchenaid.ca and is also available at select retailers.
You will not receive a tax receipt with the purchase of these products. These transactions, for the most part, take place through an independent retailer. It is not within the Canadian Revenue Agency guidelines to issue a tax receipt for a portion of goods purchased. However, for every purchase of a KitchenAid® pink small appliance or gadget, a contribution is remitted by KitchenAid® Canada to CCS. As an example, purchase a KitchenAid® Raspberry Ice Architect® Stand Mixer (Model KSM150AGBRI), and KitchenAid Canada will donate $50 directly to the Canadian Cancer Society.